Prince Harry and Meghan Markle share glimpses of their high-profile relationship in ‘vulnerable’ new Netflix trailer
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have shared private pictures of their high-profile love story in a new trailer for an upcoming Netflix documentary.
Intimate snaps of the Sussexes kissing and canoodling in a photobooth are just some of the immensely personal photos shared.
One scene shows the Duchess crying on a $2340 Hermès cashmere blanket with her head in her hands as Prince Harry’s voice-over reminds the audience: “No one sees what’s happening behind closed doors”.
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Reportedly slated for release next week, Netflix has promised the documentary series will provide a “vulnerable look” into the couple’s relationship.
“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are no ordinary couple,” Netflix said.
“Even the most plugged-in fans and followers of their story have never heard it told like this before.”
The six-part series will explore major events in the couple’s relationship, including the early days of their courtship and the controversial resignation from royal duties.
The timing of the trailer’s release could not be worse for the royal family after fresh racism allegations rocked Buckingham Palace this week.
Lady Susan Hussey repeatedly questioned British charity boss Ngozi Fulani about where she was “really from” during a Tuesday reception hosted by Queen Consort Camilla.
Ms Fulani took to Twitter the next day to document the exchange, which she described as a “violation”.
Lady Hussey served six decades as the lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth II and has since resigned from her public facing role.
The race row has threatened to derail Prince William and Kate Middleton’s first overseas trip since the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Royal insiders quoted in the Times of London have claimed the Duke and Duchess deliberately released the Netflix trip while the Waleses were in the US for William’s Earthshot Prize.
On Friday, while Prince William and Kate Middleton are still in the US, the Sussexes will jet to New York to accept an award for challenging the “structural racism” of the royal family.